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Monday, 29 October 2007 23:39

Intel QX9650 reviewed [updated] - 8 3DMark2006

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: Penryn goes up to 4.30GHz with air cooling



3DMark2006:

QX6850 @ 3000MHz:
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QX9650 @ 3000MHz:
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QX9650 @ 4000MHz:
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A 90 point overall score difference between QX6850 and QX9650 is not very impressive, but you see the CPU-score increased quite nicely. When the QX9650 is overclocked you get an impressive boost of the CPU-score, but only a mere 375 more points; this is expected, because the bench test focused mostly on the graphics card. 

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